Android is grabbing lots of headlines of late with new netbooks coming with the OS and even more smartphones running the open source OS coming soon. We all know that Dell has long been saying it would be getting into the mobile
One of the things that go along with being online is viruses and trojans. Windows is the most targeted operating system because it is also the most widely used OS. Even Apple’s Mac OS has its share of nefarious software
A new picture of Samsung’s Bigfoot Android phone for T-Mobile USA has emerged, the smartphone that was initially tipped to replace the G1 in Q3 2009. The Bigfoot is expected to have a 3-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen,
Android and Gmail should work very well together considering they have the same parent. For the most part Android and Google play well together, but like most things, there is always room for improvement. Google has announced
It’s not the first handwriting-recognition solution we’ve seen for the Android platform, but Vision Objects’ MyScript system still finds itself with little company. MyScript recognizes all manner of individual
Acer has already made official its intention to field an Android powered netbook in Q3 of 2009. Along with Acer will come more computer makers as firms try the alternative OS to reduce costs. Dell and HP are also both looking at
The Apple App store is by far the largest and most successful of the application stores offered for mobile phones. After the success of the Apple App store Nokia, Google, and Palm launched their own app stores. A new development
When I was seven or eight the teenage girl that lived behind us was really hot. She often walked around in a swimsuit sporting her massive Walkman and to this day if you say the Walkman name I think about good ol’ Debbie.
I am a big netbook fan, but when it comes to any computer be it my desktop or my netbook I really want Windows. For all the good and bad that comes with Windows, at least I know that I can get the software I need on my computer.
Acer officially confirmed this week that it would be launching Android-powered netbooks in Q3 2009. That official launch window is still months away, but the top netbook maker on the planet was showing the machine off at